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May 1, 2019 RETN
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UVM History Professor Emeritus Mark A. Stoler examines the important personal relationship between Britain’s prime minister and America’s president during their World War II alliance. First Wednesdays is supported in part by the National Life Group Foundation and the Institute of Museum & Library Services through the Vermont Department of Libraries.
Topics: Winston Churchill, FDR, Franklin D Roosevelt, First Wednesdays
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Apr 18, 2019 Champlain College
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2019 Champlain College student video showcase
Topics: student video, Champlain College
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Apr 10, 2019 Vermont SCORE
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You've done the homework and determined that you are ready to grow your business. The analysis shows that you need funding. How and where can you get it? There may be several options available - perhaps more than you think! Depending on what your needs are, some potential financing sources may be: the business itself  family/friends/investors a bank or credit union an alternative lender  lease financing This session will help you evaluate if the business can generate all or some of the funds...
Topics: small business, financing
Regional Educational Television Network
Apr 10, 2019 RETN
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The mysterious disappearance of Amelia Earhart in 1937 often overshadows her accomplishments as a pilot and author. Champlain College professor Nancy Nahra examines the remarkable life of the aviation legend.
Topic: Amelia Earhart
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Apr 6, 2019 RETN
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U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders presents a Town Meeting on the Arts featuring Vermont School Choruses. It features a concert of six choruses from elementary, middle, high schools and colleges throughout Vermont—to showcase the importance of funding the arts in our public schools.
Topics: Vermont schools, choral music
Regional Educational Television Network
Mar 26, 2019 RETN
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Host David Frye, the Disability Network Group facilitator at the Vermont Pride Center, speaks with Carmen Wampler-Collins.
Topics: Pride, LGBTQ, Disabilities
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Mar 26, 2019 RETN
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Host David Frye, the Disability Network Group facilitator at the Vermont Pride Center speaks with John and Denise Ginther.
Topics: Pride, LGBTQ, Disabilities
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Mar 22, 2019 Ferrisburgh Children's Theater
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Ferrisburgh Children's Theater presents  Little Red Robin Hood ,   featuring 5th and 6th graders from Ferrisburgh Central School. Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc.
Topic: school play
Regional Educational Television Network
Mar 11, 2019 RETN
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The Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies and Hotel Vermont present the Female Founders Speaker Series Season Three. This episode features maker entrepreneurs including Carina Driscoll, co-founder of Vermont Woodworking School, Jessica Glasscoe, co-founder of Vermont Farm Table, and Colleen Goodridge, founder of Goodridge Lumber!Moderated by Samantha Roach-Gerber of VCET. This is a media partnership with VCET and RETN.
Topics: woodworking, forestry, female founders, entrepreneurs
Regional Educational Television Network
Mar 7, 2019
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Middlebury political scientist Sarah Stroup asks: What topics are suitable for public discussion? And how can we facilitate productive disagreements? She explores how to deliberate hot topics in ways that are respectful and ultimately helpful.
Topics: civility, civic discourse
Regional Educational Television Network
Mar 3, 2019 Vermont SCORE
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Traditional digital marketing is a thing of the past and having a digital marketing strategy is crucial for growth in most businesses. Did you know that online ads are perceived as untrustworthy and ignored by many demographics? Keeping track of up to date technologies and trends will set your business apart from the rest and jump-start your new growth initiatives. In this session, you will learn how to:  Create a digital marketing strategy for business growth Create a content marketing plan...
Topics: small business, marketing
Regional Educational Television Network
Feb 6, 2019 RETN
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UVM professor Emily Bernard discusses Ta-Nehisi Coates’s most recent reflections on race, the Obama presidency, and the election of Donald Trump. First Wednesdays are supported in part by the National Life Group Foundation and the Institute of Museum & Library Services through the Vermont Department of Libraries.
Topics: race, Obama, presidential politics, American history
Regional Educational Television Network
Feb 3, 2019 RETN
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The Vermont Youth Orchestra welcomes Counterpoint, Vermont’s professional vocal ensemble, as a special guest on our winter concert.  Under the direction of Nathaniel Lew, Counterpoint will perform a cappella renditions of spirituals and songs associated with the Civil Rights Movement to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 90th birthday.  The orchestra will perform a tribute to MLK by Duke Ellington, and soloist Sebastian West will be featured in a performance of the festive opening...
Topics: Vermont Youth Orchestra, classical music, performance
Regional Educational Television Network
Feb 3, 2019 RETN
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The Vermont Youth Orchestra welcomes Counterpoint, Vermont’s professional vocal ensemble, as a special guest on our winter concert.  Under the direction of Nathaniel Lew, Counterpoint will perform a cappella renditions of spirituals and songs associated with the Civil Rights Movement to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 90th birthday.  The orchestra will perform a tribute to MLK by Duke Ellington, and soloist Sebastian West will be featured in a performance of the festive opening...
Topics: Youth Orchestra, Music, Classical
Regional Educational Television Network
Jan 29, 2019 RETN
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Join Emily Bernard to celebrate the launch of her new book, Black is the Body. ABOUT THE BOOK:  An extraordinary, exquisitely written memoir (of sorts) that looks at race—in a fearless, penetrating, honest, true way—in twelve telltale, connected, deeply personal essays that explore, up-close, the complexities and paradoxes, the haunting memories and ambushing realities of growing up black in the South with a family name inherited from a white man, of getting a PhD from Yale, of marrying a...
Topics: race, African-American history, race relations, memoir
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Jan 23, 2019 RETN
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Home Movie Day is a celebration of amateur film held worldwide every October. Home movies offer important documentation of place, society, and individual lives, and it can be thrilling and moving to see them screened. Home Movie Day is organized nationally by the Center for Home Movies, and this 2018 event was a partnership of the Media Factory, The UVM Libraries, The Vermont Archive Movie Project, and the Vermont Historical Records Program.
Topics: home movies, digitization
Regional Educational Television Network
Jan 14, 2019 RETN
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The Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies and Hotel Vermont present the Female Founders Speaker Series Season Three. This episode features Deirdre Heekin, co-founder of La Garagista, Sas Stewart, co-founder of Stone Cutter Spirits and Dani Casey, co-founder of Foam Brewers. Moderated by Samantha Roach-Gerber of VCET. This is a media partnership with VCET and RETN.
Topics: alcohol, beverages, entrepreneurs, Vermont, business
Regional Educational Television Network
Jan 10, 2019 RETN
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Host David Frye, the Disability Network Group facilitator at the Vermont Pride Center, reflects on the first 10 episodes of the Prideability series.
Topics: GLBTQ, disabilities, gender and sexuality
Regional Educational Television Network
Jan 3, 2019 RETN
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Host David Frye, Network Group Facilitator at the Pride Center of VT, interviews Susan Aranoff of the Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council.
Topics: gender issues, disabilities, social justice
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Jan 2, 2019 RETN
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Referencing the works of Georgia O’Keeffe, Marsden Hartley, and others, former Head of American Paintings at Christie’s and Sotheby’s James Maroney explains the importance and beauty of American art, 1913 to 1949.
Topics: modern art, American art
Regional Educational Television Network
Dec 16, 2018 RETN
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Hear over 200 of our region’s most talented young musicians come together for this annual VYOA tradition. Musicians from the VYOA’s three orchestras perform exciting selections by composers such as Elgar, Bernstein, Beethoven, Dvorak, and Bruch.
Topics: youth music, classical music, Vermont Youth Orchestra
Regional Educational Television Network
Dec 13, 2018 RETN
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Host David Frye speaks with support group member Krystale. David Frye is the Disability Network Group Facilitator at the Pride Center of VT
Topics: disabilities, LGBTQ
Regional Educational Television Network
Dec 5, 2018 RETN
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Focusing on the prewar experience of non-Jewish citizens, Keene State professor Paul Vincent examines how ideology and terror undermined human dignity, numbed self-awareness, and atomized German society. First Wednesdays are supported in part by the National Life Group Foundation and the Institute of Museum & Library Services through the Vermont Department of Libraries.
Topics: German history, terror, World War 2
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Nov 29, 2018 RETN
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Host David Frye speaks Anne Vernon who is currently a Senior Manager with  Howard Center  in Burlington, VT. She administers a staff team that supports 130 adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, and co-occurring mental illness. Additionally, Anne leads several groups that she developed for individuals on the Spectrum, to include: a Women’s Group, a Group for Individuals who are Trans/Questioning & Allies, a Video and Gaming Group, and...
Topics: LGBTQ, Pride Center of Vermont, disabilities
Regional Educational Television Network
Nov 10, 2018 RETN
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According to the Tibetan Association of Vermont, there are currently 160 Tibetans living in the greater Burlington area. Established in 1993, TAV aims to preserve and promote Tibetan culture. To this end, the nonprofit organization welcomes community members to its annual Vermont Tibet Festival, where they’ll find traditional eats, handicrafts and artwork in the Edmunds School Gymnasium. Song and dance performances round out this 15th annual function that TAV describes in a press release as...
Topics: Tibet, Tibetan Association of Vermont
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Nov 7, 2018 RETN
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Producer Nicholas Ma discusses and shows clips from his recent film “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?,” a documentary about Fred Rogers ("Mister Rogers"), a leader in TV programming related to kindness, racial harmony, civility, and hope. First Wednesdays are supported in part by the National Life Group Foundation and the Institute of Museum & Library Services through the Vermont Department of Libraries. The Vermont Humanities Council’s First Wednesdays series is held on the...
Topics: Mister Rogers, Fred Rogers, First Wednesdays, Brownell Library, Vermont Humanities Council
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Nov 5, 2018
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Featuring Nicole Ravlin, co-founder of People Making Good PR, Paula Routly, co-founder of Seven Days, and Anne Galloway, founder of VTDigger. Celebrating female entrepreneurs from around the state, Season Three of the Female Founders Speaker Series continues to share what it takes to start a company from the ground up. Each speaker shares the story of their business, including their failures, victories, lessons learned, and how they hope to see their business grow in the future.
Topics: journalism, Vermont entrepreneurs, Vermont journalism, independent media
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New York Times national security correspondent David Sanger describes America’s use of cyber warfare in its arsenal. Examining its impact on both defense strategy and civil liberties, he argues that overclassification is not only impeding our understanding of government actions but also hurting national security. ... First Wednesdays is a Vermont Humanities Council program and is supported in part by the National Life Group Foundation and the Institute of Museum & Library Services through...
Topics: national security, David Sanger, cyber warfare, civil liberties, Brownell Library, Vermont...
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Philip J. Deloria, Professor of History at Harvard University, focuses on the social, cultural and political histories of the relations among American Indian peoples and the United States, as well as the comparative and connective histories of indigenous peoples in a global context.
Topics: American Indians, Native America, the West, Shelburne Museum, Indigenous peoples
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Oct 14, 2018 RETN
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Shelburne Museum's "The West Through Other Eyes" symposium concludes with Grammy Award-winning Americana musician, singer-songwriter, and slam poet, Dom Flemons, who performs work from his newest album, Dom Flemons presents Black Cowboys, released through Smithsonian Folkways. Flemons pays tribute to the music, culture, and complex history of the West.
Topics: Shelburne Museum, Dom Flemons, Cowboys, The West, black cowboys
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Oct 12, 2018 RETN
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Philip Baruth emcees the weekendʼs kickoff featuring distinguished guests and Dedication of the 14th annual Festival to author and filmmaker Eugene Jarecki along with a special tribute by civil rights activist Arjun Singh Sethi. Featuring a special reading by Sharon Olds, 2013 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry winner.
Topics: poetry, Sharon Olds, Burlington Book Festival
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Oct 5, 2018 RETN
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Williston Central School hosts the Candidate Forum during each election year. Students are on a panel asking questions to candidates running for a variety of offices in Vermont. Students operate the cameras and direct the production to capture this event on video and live-stream it to those that can't attend. This is held in the auditorium at Williston Central School.
Topics: Williston Central School, Champlain Valley School District, Vermont candidate forum, Vermont...
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Oct 3, 2018 Brownell Library
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St. Michael's College Professor Susan Ouellette leads a discussion about the subject matter behind the book "Bread and Roses, Too" by American novelist Katherine Paterson. Susan M. Ouellette is Professor of History and American Studies at Saint Michael’s College and the author of US Textile Production in Historical Perspective: A Case Study from Massachusetts.The talk is in association with the Vermont Humanities Council's 'Vermont Reads' statewide community initiative. 
Topics: First Wednesdays, labor, women's history
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Oct 1, 2018 RETN
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Through women’s clothing and accessories from the Fleming Museum’s collection, along with excerpts from popular American women’s magazines such as Godey’s Lady’s Book and Peterson’s Magazine,  The Imposible Ideal  explores how fashion embodied the many contradictions of Victorian women’s lives, and, eventually, the growing call for more diverse definitions of women’s roles and identities. The Impossible Ideal  is on view through December 14, 2018 at the Fleming Museum
Topics: fashion, Victorian fashion, Fleming Museum, Victorian history, Victorian culture, women's history,...
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Sep 30, 2018 RETN
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"Beyond the Frame: A Musical Self-Portrait" The Vermont Youth Orchestra (VYO) explores self-expression and the portrayal of friends in Edward Elgar’s  Enigma Variations . Their fall concert also commemorates Leonard Bernstein’s centennial with selections from his groundbreaking  West Side Story  and features Grace Lu as soloist in the romantic second movement of Bruch’s G minor Concerto for Violin.
Topics: youth music, classical music, Vermont Youth Orchestra
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Sep 27, 2018 Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies
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The Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies Female Founders StartHere Challenge is a pop-up startup pitch event offering $25k in cash prizes. This competition highlights the impact of women-led companies, and increases access to capital and supporting resources for local female-founded startups and ventures. The event is made possible by the generous support of the Vermont Technology Council, Hinda and Joel Miller, the Vermont Community Foundation, the Vermont Women’s Fund, Middlebury...
Topics: female founders, women entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, Vermont businesses
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Aug 31, 2018 RETN
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The Burlington School District Parent University is an innovative educational model that promotes learning for parents of BSD students through a holistic multi-generational approach, taking families’ challenges, needs, and educational goals into account for the maximum impact on student success. The program teaches valuable skills and knowledge that benefit both families and children (i.e. parenting skills, budgeting,  First Aid CPR certification etc.) and promotes an inclusive school...
Topics: Burlington School District, education, schools, New Americans
Regional Educational Television Network
Aug 23, 2018 RETN
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Host David Frye, from the Pride Center, explains how to start your own community group and provides resources. David Frye is the Disability Network Group Facilitator at the Pride Center of VT
Topics: disability, GLBTQIA
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The  Young Writers’ Project and the Clemmons Family Farm  present "To Sing of Common Things: The Voices of Young People in 2018" featuring Lena Ginawi & Kiran Waqar. Acclaimed Vermont spoken word artists Kiah Morris and Rajnii Eddins co-host this event. 
Topics: Muslim Girls Making Change, Young Writers Project, Clemmons Family Farm
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The  Young Writers’ Project and the 2018 Clemmons Family Farm  present "To Sing of Common Things: The Voices of Young People in 2018" featuring Hawa Adam and Balkisa Abdikadir. Acclaimed Vermont spoken word artists Kiah Morris and Rajnii Eddins co-host this event. 
Topics: Muslim Girls Making Change, Young Writers Project, Clemmons Family Farm, spoken word
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Jul 20, 2018 RETN
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This summer the Shelburne Museum presents the exhibition  Playing Cowboy  at Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education.   Before movie legends like John Wayne galloped across the silver screen, real live cowboys and Indians entertained audiences in dramatic performances that traveled the world in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. William “Buffalo Bill” Cody (1846-1917) helped generate the growing public interest in the vanishing Wild West by acting out the exploits of his life as a...
Topics: Shelburne Museum, cowboys, wild west, cowboys and indians
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Jun 6, 2018 RETN
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In May of 2018, Charlotte Central School 6th grade students had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to speak directly with astronauts aboard the International Space Station as part of a 2-month interdisciplinary ISS unit in Social Studies and Science. This is the behind-the-scenes story of an unprecedented collaboration between Charlotte students & educators, RETN and NASA.
Topics: space, NASA, International Space Station, ISS, Charlotte Central School, Science, Education,...
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Jun 3, 2018 RETN
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Annual coverage of the Rice Memorial High School graduation ceremony. Graduation Date: 06/03/2018 - 1:00pm Buy a DVD of this graduation at https://www.retn.org/watch/graduations
Topics: RETN, RETNVT, Rice, Rice Memorial High School
Regional Educational Television Network
May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Neil Berger on painting in Battery Park. PechaKucha Night Burlington, Volume 27, was presented by Fleming, RETN, Burlington City Arts, and Shelburne Museum. The event was held in the Marble Court at Fleming.
Topics: Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, Burlington, art, Battery...
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May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Leslie Fry on her art career, 'creative compost' and Apollonian versus Dionysian. PechaKucha Night Burlington officially began on November 10th, 2010, when a bunch of local creatives gathered in Fleming Museum's marble court to present their passions in 20 slides, each lasting exactly 20 seconds. In 2012, RETN joined forces with Fleming to bring video coverage to the events. 2 years later, Shelburne Museum, Burlington City Arts, and the ECHO Center joined the party, each hosting a...
Topics: PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, RETNVT, RETN, Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, Art
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May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Jen Morris on Vermont marble. PechaKucha Night Burlington, Volume 27, was presented by Fleming, RETN, Burlington City Arts, and Shelburne Museum. The event was held in the Marble Court at Fleming.
Topics: Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, Burlington, marble
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May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Kent Eaton on designing dwellings that are more affordable and accessible to all persons. PechaKucha Night Burlington officially began on November 10th, 2010, when a bunch of local creatives gathered in Fleming Museum's marble court to present their passions in 20 slides, each lasting exactly 20 seconds.In 2012, RETN joined forces with Fleming to bring video coverage to the events. 2 years later, Shelburne Museum, Burlington City Arts, and the ECHO Center joined the party, each...
Topics: PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, RETNVT, RETN, Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, Architecture,...
Regional Educational Television Network
May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Michael Jager on the twenty images that have influenced him and that he cannot forget. PechaKucha Night Burlington officially began on November 10th, 2010, when a bunch of local creatives gathered in Fleming Museum's marble court to present their passions in 20 slides, each lasting exactly 20 seconds. In 2012, RETN joined forces with Fleming to bring video coverage to the events. 2 years later, Shelburne Museum, Burlington City Arts, and the ECHO Center joined the party, each hosting...
Topics: PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, RETNVT, RETN, Pechakucha, stories, storytelling
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May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Leslie Fry on her art career, 'creative compost' and Apollonian versus Dionysian. PechaKucha Night Burlington officially began on November 10th, 2010, when a bunch of local creatives gathered in Fleming Museum's marble court to present their passions in 20 slides, each lasting exactly 20 seconds.In 2012, RETN joined forces with Fleming to bring video coverage to the events. 2 years later, Shelburne Museum, Burlington City Arts, and the ECHO Center joined the party, each hosting a...
Topics: PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, RETNVT, RETN, Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, Art
Regional Educational Television Network
May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Marilyn Maddison on photographing ice on her trip to Iceland. PechaKucha Night Burlington, Volume 27, was presented by Fleming, RETN, Burlington City Arts, and Shelburne Museum. The event was held in the Marble Court at Fleming.
Topics: Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, Burlington, Iceland, Ice,...
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May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Paul Yoon on passionately pursuing justice. PechaKucha Night Burlington officially began on November 10th, 2010, when a bunch of local creatives gathered in Fleming Museum's marble court to present their passions in 20 slides, each lasting exactly 20 seconds. In 2012, RETN joined forces with Fleming to bring video coverage to the events. 2 years later, Shelburne Museum, Burlington City Arts, and the ECHO Center joined the party, each hosting a PechaKucha Night once per year....
Topics: PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, RETNVT, RETN, Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, Justice
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May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Rachel Moore on how artistic practice can be a catalyst for change. PechaKucha Night Burlington, Volume 27, was presented by Fleming, RETN, Burlington City Arts, and Shelburne Museum. The event was held in the Marble Court at Fleming.
Topics: Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, PechaKucha Night Burlington, Vol. 27, Burlington, art
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May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Catherine Hall on painting in the ancient encaustic style using pigments, beeswax and a heat gun. PechaKucha Night Burlington officially began on November 10th, 2010, when a bunch of local creatives gathered in Fleming Museum's marble court to present their passions in 20 slides, each lasting exactly 20 seconds.In 2012, RETN joined forces with Fleming to bring video coverage to the events. 2 years later, Shelburne Museum, Burlington City Arts, and the ECHO Center joined the party,...
Topics: PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, RETNVT, RETN, Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, encaustic,...
Regional Educational Television Network
May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Robin Ingenthron on recycling used electronics in the USA and overseas. PechaKucha Night Burlington, Volume 27, was presented by Fleming, RETN, Burlington City Arts, and Shelburne Museum. The event was held in the Marble Court at Fleming.
Topics: Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, Burlington, e-waste,...
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May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Anne Macleod on affordable living options in Vermont. PechaKucha Night Burlington, Volume 27, was presented by Fleming, RETN, Burlington City Arts, and Shelburne Museum. The event was held in the Marble Court at Fleming.
Topics: Pechakucha, stories, storytelling, PechaKucha Night Burlington, Vol. 27 Burlington, Affordable...
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May 17, 2018 RETN
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Presenter Michael Wisniewski on making architectural designs out of photographs to connect them back to the landscape while living in Civita Di Bagnoregio, Lazio. PechaKucha Night Burlington officially began on November 10th, 2010, when a bunch of local creatives gathered in Fleming Museum's marble court to present their passions in 20 slides, each lasting exactly 20 seconds.In 2012, RETN joined forces with Fleming to bring video coverage to the events. 2 years later, Shelburne Museum,...
Topics: PechaKucha Night Burlington Vol. 27, RETNVT, RETN, Pechakucha, stories, storytelling
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Interviews with class participants. This lab helps your organization tell its story on social media through the powerful medium of video – no film degree necessary. Using video-making tools and simple strategies to make vibrant videos for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. The class will gain tips on how to leverage hashtags, the timing of posts, and other best practices. To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the...
Topics: Vermont, Burlington, Regional Educational Television Network, RETN, Educational Access TV,...
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May 11, 2018 RETN
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Young Writers Project (YWP) and Muslim Girls Making Change (MGMC) present Voices for Change, a youth-led conference celebrating identity and voice in Vermont. The event is dedicated to appreciating the Muslim faith, living as a person of color and the growing movement for teens to speak out and take action on issues of the day.
Topics: Vermont youth, youth, youth activism
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May 11, 2018 RETN
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Dr. Polly Young-Eisendrath looks at the transformation of marriage over the past century from a traditional contract between families to one that celebrates idealization in the form of “true love,” and suggests why the latter may be harder to fulfill than many thought. First Wednesdays is supported in part by the National Life Group Foundation and the Institute of Museum & Library Services through the Vermont Department of Libraries. The Vermont Humanities Council’s First Wednesdays...
Topics: Vermont, Burlington, Regional Educational Television Network, RETN, Educational Access TV,...
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May 11, 2018 RETN
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Young Writers Project (YWP) and Muslim Girls Making Change (MGMC) present Voices for Change, a youth-led conference celebrating identity and voice in Vermont. The event is dedicated to appreciating the Muslim faith, living as a person of color and the growing movement for teens to speak out and take action on issues of the day.
Topics: youth media, activism
Regional Educational Television Network
May 9, 2018 RETN
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Skype uplink with NASA at Charlotte Central School.
Topics: Vermont, Burlington, Regional Educational Television Network, RETN, Educational Access TV,...
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May 9, 2018 RETN
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Host David Frye, from the Pride Center, speaks with Thomas Caswell, a community activist and self-advocate. David Frye is the Disability Network Group Facilitator at the Pride Center of VT. Paul Engels is the producer of the show and a local activist. To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites: http://www.retn.org http://www.youtube.com/retnvt http://www.youtube.com/pknbtv http://www.youtube.com/vtschools
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May 9, 2018 RETN
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Ivamae spontaneously debuted on the Burlington music scene in late 2015, swooning listeners with velvety vocals, ambient guitar playing, and a charming stage presence. She quickly established herself a weekly residency in the Light Club Lamp Shop and be began recording her first EP Ocean Studios in early 2016. Mae’s original songs combine heartfelt, catchy verses and sultry R&B inspired vocals over an electric playing style that gently blends blues, jazz, and folk. Her covers—which are...
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May 9, 2018 RETN
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Host David Frye, from the Pride Center, speaks with Beck Camp-Allen, member of the Disability Support Group. David Frye is the Disability Network Group Facilitator at the Pride Center of VT. Paul Engels is the producer of the show and a local activist. To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites: http://www.retn.org http://www.youtube.com/retnvt http://www.youtube.com/pknbtv http://www.youtube.com/vtschools
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Emma Cook & Questionable Company is from Burlington, Vermont.  Gritty, honest, and soulful performers - E Co. & Q Co. are Burlington's all original folk funk experience.
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May 8, 2018 RETN
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May 8, 2018 RETN
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May 8, 2018 RETN
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May 6, 2018 RETN
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The Vermont Youth Orchestra performs Camille Saint-Saens's "Danse macabre, op. 40"
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The Vermont Youth Orchestra performs Camille Saint-Saens's "Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor, op. 22"
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The Vermont Youth Orchestra performs Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's "Symphony No. 5 in E minor, op. 64"
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May 6, 2018 RETN
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The Vermont Youth Orchestra performs John Alfieri's "Fanfare for Tambourines"
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Vermont Youth Orchestra Spring Concert - Tchaikovsky in Vermont: Celebrating Mastery
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Vermont Youth Orchestra Spring Concert - Tchaikovsky in Vermont: Celebrating Mastery
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